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Are these good spillway jigs ? #13983936 05/03/21 06:50 PM
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Are these jigs good for spillway fishing or will they get hung too easily [Linked Image]

Re: Are these good spillway jigs ? [Re: Catfanman] #13983974 05/03/21 07:12 PM
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I dont like the inline line tie, but im sure they will get bit. Is there brush where your fishing?


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Re: Are these good spillway jigs ? [Re: Catfanman] #13983992 05/03/21 07:27 PM
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I don't know I've never fished it but I plan on fishing the lake Wright patman spillway this summer but will the crappie still bite there by then?

Re: Are these good spillway jigs ? [Re: Catfanman] #13984099 05/03/21 08:23 PM
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With the eyelet on top it looks like those may be designed for cast and retrieve vs. vertical jigging. I would think they would work especially in moving water. Good looking jigs.

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